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Looking for a FireWire Interface for Garage Band.....

theHoss

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Any Recs?

100-300
Mulitple XLR inputs (not necessary, but a nice feature)

Thanks much!
 

Orren

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I think you'll find the M-Audio USB FastTrack Pro to be a good match for what you want; cheaper than FireWire, and I believe that it uses the built-in OS X USB Class drivers, which means that there are NO drivers for you to install--it just works right out of the box.

I had a FireWire Solo, and its another inexpensive, solid solution you might want to consider.

Orren
 

jokerjkny

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but if you want something waaaaaaay easier, yet runs on your laptop's power with no need for a wall wart, try a Tascam US122. great little device that i use w/ my mobile laptop / gig recording rig. you only get 2 simultaneous inputs, but hey, that's the price you pay.
 

retro

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It may be worth noting the Fast Track USB model doesn't supply phantom power for condenser mic's. The Pro model of course does. You probably already know this but I've seen a few people buy one without knowing. So I thought it worth mentioning.
The Presonus Inspire is a Firewire unit that is pretty much the same price as the M-Audio Fast Track Pro and can also run bussed powered if you want to get a FW interface. Although you may prefer the I/O on something else. And the Presonus Firebox is also within your budget.
 




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